ONE WAY TICKET
What you can do
A small Lombard town in the lower Po Valley, Lodi, despite its simplicity, is a city rich in art, history and events. In the heart of Lodi, in the famous Piazza della Vittoria, the most important historical buildings of the city are erected: the neoclassical-style Palazzo Broletto, the fifteenth-century Palazzo Vistarini, the Basilica della Vergine Assunta, a Romanesque-style cathedral completed after more than a century of work and again the Civic Temple of the Incoronata, a masterpiece of the Lombard Renaissance in the Bramante style.
Numerous green areas characterize the city and allow moments of great peace and relaxation: the public gardens, the Parco dell'Isola Carolina and the Bosco del Belgiardino located on the banks of the Adda river and finally the Lungo Adda Bonaparte, a place so loved by Giosuè Carducci .
The Musei Lombardia Pass is the card that allows you to freely and whenever you wish to access museums, royal residences, villas, gardens, towers, permanent and temporary collections and exhibitions in Milano and the cities of art in Lombardy.
How to get there
1 Regional line, 1 RegioExpress line and 1 Suburban line take you to Lodi.
Continue your journey, use car sharing e-vai